Today's cash-strapped nonprofit organizations (NPOs) need as much help as they can get in their fundraising efforts. Most nonprofits rely heavily on fundraising software systems to manage their donors and prospective donors. The Calendula project was created to offer nonprofits a Free Software alternative to the mostly proprietary fundraising/contact management systems that dominate the field. The Calendula project is still in the planning stage; a requirements document and other background information are available through CVS.
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